Following their string of remixes and self written songs, the London R&B duo SINE have just dropped the visuals for their version of “Rihanna Yxng Bane“.
Strategic Entertainment presents the visuals for “Enough Is Enough“, the newest song from Ohio rapper Kamikaze K-Rob(@kamikazekrob).
Audrey Valentine newest single, “Never Let You Go” features D. Lylez and was produced by Epidemic. Shout out to Ms. Valentine and her pen game on this one!
The Trifton, Georgia artist Bernard Jabs(@bernardjabs) is back with his best song yet, “Lethal“. This song and previous track, “What’s Up”, follows from his latest EP Full Clip.
I’ve personally been watching this guy from afar and seeing how he moves. As an artist that prides himself on songwriting, this dude JDP never disappoints me! Do yourself and stream his latest project ASAP!
10 year old Tatiyana Payne blazes “Bestie” with her confident persona, charismatic flow, dope metaphors and unmatched delivery. Young girls and women all over the world will love this relatable track about a girl’s best friend. Even boys and men will find themselves secretly bobbing their heads and singing along to this catchy hit.
Los Angeles-based group 3 Times Better(@3timesbetter) presents the Always Dreaming-directed music video for “Make You My Chick“, the new Tsandmusic-produced single from their EP, The Throwaways.
A few years ago two crews from opposite sides of the planet (Stereo Crew (Detroit, U.S.) and Soul Daad (Amsterdam, Netherlands), joined forces to create an international project (“Amstertroit”) which proves music is a universal language. This time, members Mic Audio (Former Stereo Crew, now Blxck Rxyxlty Ent.) and Tishan (Soul Daad), put their heads together to bring us their fierce, yet, very elegant musical debate; Symposium.
“Killing Zoe” comes from 4 of south France’s finest emcees: Le Sous Marin, Soldat Ottoman, El Cholo and R.A.D. Filmed in Limoges France, the video takes inspiration from the Tarantino written French cult movie “Killing Zoe”.
The First Move is a powerful debut EP from C.A.M., who has given the hip-hop game a product it’s been in need of, for a long time.
Following two videos released for “Act Like You Know” and “Cold Soul“, the London emcee drops The First Move to showcase his diverse diction, using an old-school approach to delivering that realness the game needs.